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Inside Naga Munchetty's jaw-dropping holiday as BBC Breakfast star reveals why she's been missing from show | The Sun

NAGA Munchetty has travelled to Scotland and told fans the reason why she's been missing from BBC Breakfast.

The news journalist was nowhere to be seen on the morning programme last week.

Fans have been wondering why she's been missing.

But now it seems Naga has been taking some well deserved time off from presenting as she shared snaps from her recent trip to Scotland.

She took to Instagram to share stunning photo's from the scenic golf course to celebrate the end of her break.

Another image featured Naga playing golf with several buddies, and another captured a breathtaking sunset.

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The journalist who is a fitness enthusiast, occasionally posts pictures of herself playing golf on social media so we could see why she felt so at home at Castle Stuart Golf Links.

She penned to her 63.6k followers: "A week in my happy place. Great fun, amazing weather and lots of golf to contend with. Felt fabulous to be somewhere so peaceful and full of laughter with friends."

Fans were overjoyed to learn of Naga's whereabouts, with many claiming that they now know why she wasn't on BBC Breakfast.

One wrote: "Looks beautiful Naga! Hope to see you back on TV soon."

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A second added: "Stunning pictures Naga, glad you are having fun!"

A third commented: "Explains why you haven't been on the telly! Enjoy your trip."

A fourth penned: "Have a wonderful time Naga! Can't wait to see you on my TV again."

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